Every year we create New Years Resolutions “do better”. Eat less, exercise more, save money, do charitable works, give up smoking/drinking etc… It seems there is a common theme to all of these. They’re usually things we didn’t do well at the year before. And just as there are many resolutions for the New Year there are also many blog posts about the resolutions.
Two in particular struck a chord: First Chris Brogan had this to offer for “Goal Setting Tips”:
Hmmmm…..look at my strengths and not my weaknesses in my New Years Resolutions and Goal Setting? Makes sense. I’m a glass is half-full kind of gal anyway so this actually works well for me.
In keeping with that same vein of thought here is a post titled “The road to hell is paved with self-improvement” by Pamela Slim
Be thankful and appreciative for the place we are. See the lessons learned in each of them. The benefits.
It seems there is a wonderful theme in each of these posts. I, for one, like it.
What do you think?